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ksurada 35182
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Hi,

I have impemented SSRS in office Server,Actually my application hosted in server as well as BI Configuration mapped to that website. But the thing is Reportserver is working fine but i am unbale to connet Reports.

Any Boday could you please help me out.


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Are you getting any error messages? If so, please post them. Otherwise no one would really understand the issue you are having.



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I am getting The Request failed with HTTP status 400. Bad request
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Was there any resolution to this? I'm getting this same error message Crazy. I recently installed 2008 R2 on a server and today I was about to start working on setting up security roles. However, when I connect to Reporting Services using SSMS to do this I could not navigate to any of the folders. I got that same error message for all folders: Jobs, Security, Roles, System Roles, and Shared Schedules.
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Mia,

this is the SQL 2005 forum - you might want to post your question in the 2008 forum.
Reporting Services management is quite different from 2005 to 2008, and in particular administration is quite different...

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